Joy Global recognized as one of ‘America’s Healthiest Companies’

Joy Global is honored to be a 2016 recipient of the Gold Well Workplace Award from the Wellness Council of America.

The Well Workplace Awards recognize the nation’s leaders in corporate health by monitoring their adherence to a rigorous set of criteria outlined in WELCOA’s seven benchmarks to a result-oriented Well Workplace. This is the third time Joy Global has been included on the list of “America’s Healthiest Companies” since the program was implemented in 1991.

Joy Global earned a Gold award by successfully building comprehensive worksite wellness initiatives and demonstrating concrete results. The company’s efforts to support employees’ health include: onsite biometric screenings and flu shots, a tobacco cessation program, and physical activity and weight loss programs.

“Our employees are a valued and essential part of our commitment to leading the mining industry in service and performance,” said Johan Maritz, executive vice president – human resources at Joy Global. “We are honored to be recognized for efforts that we feel are essential to supporting our employees’ wellbeing.”

Joy Global is a leading provider of advanced equipment, systems and direct services for the global mining industry. The company employs 12,000 people in 20 countries.

Joy Global is honored to be a 2016 recipient of the Gold Well Workplace Award from the Wellness Council of America.

The Well Workplace Awards recognize the nation’s leaders in corporate health by monitoring their adherence to a rigorous set of criteria outlined in WELCOA’s seven benchmarks to a result-oriented Well Workplace. This is the third time Joy Global has been included on the list of “America’s Healthiest Companies” since the program was implemented in 1991.

Joy Global earned a Gold award by successfully building comprehensive worksite wellness initiatives and demonstrating concrete results. The company’s efforts to support employees’ health include: onsite biometric screenings and flu shots, a tobacco cessation program, and physical activity and weight loss programs.

“Our employees are a valued and essential part of our commitment to leading the mining industry in service and performance,” said Johan Maritz, executive vice president – human resources at Joy Global. “We are honored to be recognized for efforts that we feel are essential to supporting our employees’ wellbeing.”

Joy Global is a leading provider of advanced equipment, systems and direct services for the global mining industry. The company employs 12,000 people in 20 countries.

For more information about Joy Global, visit www.joyglobal.com.

For more information on the awards program, visit www.wellnesscouncil.org.

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